Nursery Reveal

Get ready for a ton of photos. I am 99% done with the nursery. I have one more step to complete the dresser as soon as the embossed wallpaper arrives in the mail. I love how it turned out! I started the project in August. Most everything was purchased second hand except for the crib and glider rocker. The dresser was my great grandmother’s. I have had it for sometime now and thought it would perfect for the nursery.


The gallery area above the dresser are all repurposed frames that I picked up at Goodwill and yard sales. A fresh coat of Rust-o-leum’s Lagoon in Satin.

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My sister made the stacking toy. She is receive all the talent for sewing. It is not my strong suit. I am hoping to do a post on all the items she made for the baby.





One of my favorite items in the nursery are the yarn wrapped lamp shades I made. You can read more about them {HERE}.



This is the gallery wall above the crib. I painted the tree to serve as a thumbprint sign-in tree for the baby shower. You can read about that project {Here}. The clown art are from curtains made by family members for daddy’s nursery over 35 years ago. I think they go perfect here too!





Another item made for the baby shower were these tissue balls. I then made them into a mobile for the room.





Grandma made the clown lamp for daddy’s nursery and it now has a new home in our little peanut’s room.





For now the curtains are just basic white shears. I made a couple fabric rag garlands to top them off with some color.





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28 thoughts on “Nursery Reveal

  1. I love this room! I love that it's soothing, yet has those bold pops of color. And I really like the rag garlands on tops of the windows…perfect touch! I'm off to check out those yarn covered lamp shades…great idea!

  2. I am in love with your little nursery! The gallery wall above the dresser is so sweet and the thumbprint tree is such a great idea! You've got one lucky baby!Visiting from TT&J's feature~Rhonda @ home.made.

  3. This is so pretty! There's so many great little details and I can tell you put a lot of work into it. Also love the blue for a little girl!

  4. You have done an amazing job with the nursery! I adore the saying about the moon! The Special One says that to me, it always gives me goose bumps. What a beautiful space you have created here, thank you so much for sharing. I will follow on my way out so I know my path back here. Perhaps you will find the time to come visit me soon and do the same. I look forward to engaging more throughout the year and beyond. Take care. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

  5. what a wonderfully sweet room!!! I adore all of the details! Thank you so so much for sharing. Oh my goodness I couldn't even begin to tell you which part is my favorite. I think if I had a little one on the way I would do so many of the same projects…. :o) One dayyyyyY!!!!!!!Jaime from crafty scrappy happy

  6. You did SUCH a great job pulling everything together!And love the colors you chose!And LOVE the art.So, so pretty!I would be absolutely THRILLED if you would stop over at my place and link this up to Feature Friday FREE-FOR-ALL…going on right now!: looking forward to seeing you there!P.S. I tried to follow so I could keep up with your lovely blog, but the connection kept timing out. I'll try back later : )~Abbie

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